China pledges to fight for Huawei's legitimate rights

Google has suspended business with Chinese tech giant Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware, software and technical services, confirmed Lu Kang, a spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, at a regular press conference Monday. 


DR Congo Prime Minister Bruno Tshibala resigns

Bruno Tshibala, the current PM of the Democratic Republic of Congo, on Monday officially submitted his resignation to President Felix Tshisekedi at the presidential palace to allow the appointment of a new prime minister. 

BYD delivers electric buses to Japan

China's new energy vehicle manufacturer BYD has delivered its electric buses to Japan's Oze National Park, the Shenzhen-headquartered company said Monday.

24 S. Africans caught up in Egypt's bus explosion return home

A group of 24 South Africans who were touring Egypt on Sunday when their bus was targeted with an explosion returned home on Monday, said South Africa's International Relations and Cooperation department (Dirco).

China, Russia to jointly maintain international strategic stability

​China and Russia have agreed to enhance strategic cooperation, uphold multilateralism, and resolutely contain the trend of unilateralism and its harm.

Yale economist warns of tariff peril based on history

"The Trump administration should be learning from history to avoid repeating the same mistakes of the past," said Stephen Roach, a professor at Yale University.

Tencent co-founder to establish mega trust for education

A mega charitable trust has been launched to support education development worldwide, especially in China. The charitable trust is financed by donations of stocks worth over 509.6 million USD.

Intelligent dining gains steam in China

Intelligent dining technology, including 3D food printing, tailor-made food services and drone deliveries are bringing changes to the food industry in China

126 agreements inked at 3rd World Intelligence Congress in Tianjin

A total of 126 agreements with an estimated investment of over 108 billion yuan (15.6 billion U.S. dollars) were inked at the third World Intelligence Congress on Sunday, according to the organizer.

New underwater system generates electricity from seawater

Chinese researchers have developed a low-cost underwater system to generate electricity from seawater, offering a new approach to handle short spikes in power demand and maintain longer-term steady power.

Zelensky takes office as Ukraine's new president

Ukrainian actor-turned-politician Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday took office as the sixth president of Ukraine, promising to bring peace to the country.

German startup to offer electric 'air taxis' by 2025

German startup firm Lilium announced last week the maiden flight of its all-electric pilotless jet-powered 'air taxi' which it hopes to operate in various cities around the world by 2025.

Beijing expands testing area for self-driving vehicles

Beijing's Haidian District, the capital's tech hub, is seeking to expand its lead in self-driving vehicles with a plan to create more spaces for tests.



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